If this is, "I have shoes on", how would you say, "I have shoes."?
"Tha brògan agam"
I'm sure I'm telling people that I'm wearing porridge.
Porridge is brochan shoes are brogan
I know - and it's easy to see when written down, but harder to tell the difference when I'm mangling it with my beginners accent!
I have a feeling that everything I say is horribly butchered. You're probably doing better than me. Lol
Why is 'I have on shoes' not accepted?
Tha brògan orm = I have on shoes
This is because air+mi= orm and this means on me. So I have on shoes is also an acceptable answer.
Sorry, I am just a beginner, but is it normal, in this sentence only, to hear "rokan" whereas bròg was quite clear?
Why would the sentence not be "Tha brògan agam orm"?